Glamping has officially been taken to another level in the Maldives.
Sleeping under the stars on the beach can literally become your reality, thanks to the company, “Sky Bubbles” based out of Spain.
They’ve already installed several of their beach bubbles all around the world, but today we’re going to be focusing on their Maldives bubbles.
Let’s take a look at one of their bubbles at ‘The Small Maldives Island Co‘ in Finolhu, Maldives.
Their bubbles offer a full 360 view of tropical paradise, making it perfect for any couple’s bucket-list.
It’s nestled on a secluded part of Finolhu’s sandbank, far away from the noise of the island’s 1 OAK Beach Club.
They currently only allow one night stays, but you can rest assured it’ll be one of the best nights you’ve ever had.
Grab some drinks at the beach club, head back to your beach bubble and enjoy a private barbecue on the beach.
Imagine dining on the beach, while watching the sunset with your loved one. Oh and not to mention, the calming sounds of the waves crashing in the background.
Then knowing you only have to walk a few steps to get to your exclusive beach bubble, where you can comfortably gaze at the stars.
Doesn’t sound too bad, huh?
Get a better look at this beach bubble tent by watching this short (1min) video.
Now if you’re worried about the sand getting everywhere, then maybe their bubble at Amilla Fushi, Maldives is for you.
This beach bubble is perched upon a deck, in the lush tropical jungle.
By now, you probably have some questions about these bubbles. So, let me clear somethings up for you.
Don’t these beach bubbles get hot?
This is probably the most common question they get, especially since they install them in tropical climates. To answer your question, in most cases there’s portable air condition units within the bubble. These bubbles aren’t that big, so it’s not that hard to control the temperature.
Do they have a plastic smell?
Nope, these bubbles are free from ‘phthalates’ which are the main cause for that plastic smell.
Are they actually safe?
Sky Bubbles ran many tests with professional engineers to ensure these bubbles are safe. They can withstand up to 100 km/h or 62 mp/h wind gusts, so there’s no need to worry!
What do you think of this? Would you stay at this beach bubble tent at Finolhu, Maldives?
Or… would you rather stay at an overwater bungalow instead?